Tonight Albion play host to Wigan Athletic, the first of two teams making the long trip to the Amex from the north-west in the space of five days. The late 7:45pm kick-off means the atmosphere of the Amex under floodlights awaits both teams and fans alike.
Our pre-game entertainment near the North Stand includes music on stage from local band ‘Two Choices’ from 6:30pm. The family enclosure of the East Stand has a variety of activities on offer before kick-off, including face painting, table football, and the Pirate Magic Show. Brighton Golf Lab will also be running its FREE nearest-to-the-pin competition for those of you wanting to test your swing.
Food and Drink
Dick’s Bar will be open from 4pm and The Seven Stars opens at 4:30pm, both serving a large selection of food and drink, with main concourses opening at 5:15pm.
All of the latest team news is available via www.seagulls.co.uk and via our official Facebook page, Twitter feed @OfficialBHAFC and don’t forget to check out pictures and post your images at our Instagram feed (@officialbhafc).
Brighton & Hove Albion Superstore
Head for the Superstore when you arrive at the stadium and grab one of the few remaining limited edition third shirts. This could be your last chance so don’t miss out!
Christmas is getting closer and closer – in store you will find our selection of Christmas merchandise including cards, decorations, advent calendars and more! If you have already begun buying gifts, the new 2015 Calendar, Annual or Diary will make the perfect gift for any Seagulls fan.
Plus as the weather gets colder, we have hats, scarves, gloves and more to keep you warm whilst showing your Albion colours!
Don’t forget, you can buy any of our merchandise online and then collect in store the next day; why not buy online tonight and then collect at the Amex tomorrow? Visit www.seagullsdirect.co.uk to take advantage today!
Travelling to the Amex
Supporters can book coach travel via Seagull Travel, who pick up from points in all major Sussex towns – and even further afield. Our full travel service is once again in operation. Full details are available here.
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Get your copy of Seagull
It’s a tale of two keepers and two debuts in Tuesday night’s edition of Seagull, as young keeper Christian Walton reflects on his impressive first start for the club at Tottenham last week, while recent loan signing Ali Al-Habsi looks back at Saturday’s narrow defeat at Bournemouth.
Albion goalscorer at the Goldsands, Sam Baldock, reveals an interesting past in education as he goes into The Hot Seat, while we catch up with defender Vitalijs Maksimenko, who has made an unplanned stop-over from his loan in Holland this season.
There’s a real old-school feel to the issue this week, with Lloyd Owusu and Paul Reid interviewed as part of a four-page special on the recent REMF game in Australia between the Seagulls Downunder team and Crystal Palace, while Warren Aspinall recalls his early days in football with Wigan, his hometown club.
Alan Mullery looks back at Albion’s game at White Hart Lane, from his place sat firmly on the fence, while Spencer Vignes catches up with Darren Freeman, who recalls his history-making days at Withdean.
There’s also news on Elliott Bennett’s return to the club and the Young Seagulls Christmas Party, plus much, much more in your bumper 84-page issue of Seagull, available in and around the Amex Stadium, priced £3.50.
Not Got Your Ticket Yet?
Tickets are still available for tomorrow’s game. The club’s online print-at-home feature is the easiest and cheapest way to buy so click here to buy online. Tickets are also available from the club’s mobile retail unit, which will be at Brighton train station.